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relieved

adjective uk   us   /rɪˈliːvd/
B2 happy that something unpleasant has not happened or has ended: [+ to infinitive] I'm so relieved to find you - I thought you'd already gone. He was relieved to see Jeannie reach the other side of the river safely. [+ (that)] I'm relieved (that) you didn't tell her.
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in Korean 안도하는…
in Arabic مُرْتاح…
in Portuguese aliviado…
in Catalan alleujat…
in Japanese ほっとした, 安心して…
in Italian sollevato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 寬慰的, 放心的, 解脫的…
in Russian чувствующий облегчение…
in Turkish rahatlamış, ferahlamış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宽慰的, 放心的, 解脱的…
in Polish spokojny, uspokojony…
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